yes, if they weren't lying about anything it should turn out alright
Okay, so THIS is a question from one who has had the experience... ME! My advice... Run, Sally, RUN! I met a guy who I actually had checked out by someone on the police dept. and another checked him out via "government" ops. Everything "SEEMED" to have checked out. Ended up getting married and THEN I REALLY FOUND out just who/what this "person" really was. <br />
Again, my advice...."RUN, Sally, RUN!"
He is a liar, cheat, and a coward all rolled up in a nice little "package"... (*smiling at the "package" comment :p )
And all of those qualities above made him not only a deceiver but an abusive one.
I've heard of it happening to others, but you have to be careful nowadays with the Internet
have seen it happen
maybe they confused comforting one another in loneliness with love.
yep. it is. :)
Sure sometimes it is.<br />
But odds are that it doesn't work in the long run.<br />
You really need to meet someone and get to know them face to face first in order to see if your relationship translates into life in the real world.
Thanks! Good question!
Sure. I mean you can't deny your feelings right?
Sure it is. Or you could end up like me. I haven't dated or anything in like 13 years now. LOL. But like I said, you feel what you feel.
'a friend' huh? ;) Well the heart wants what the heart wants
yes its awkward